IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS LAST WEEK OF DEBRIS COLLECTION
Debris from Hurricane Irma will continue to be picked up until the end of this week. ALL debris, both Vegetative and Construction & Demolition, must be placed in separate piles in the Right-of-Way by the dates below, based on geographic sector:
- Thursday, October 12: Barrier Island North of SR100
- Friday, October 13: West of the Intracoastal Waterway
- Saturday, October 14: Barrier Island South of SR100
YARD WASTE. Place un-bagged yard waste in the right-of-way next to the road for removal. Yard waste consists of the following: branches, leaves, trees limbs, underbrush, etc. Do not mix anything in it: no recyclables, no garbage.
The importance of separating yard waste and construction debris cannot be understated!
CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION (C&D)
This includes any flooring (tile, wood, laminate, carpeting and padding); furniture, mattresses, appliances, etc. that you had to remove from your home. It also includes TVs and computers.
NO TIRES!!! If there are tires in your pile, none of the pile will be picked up.
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHHW)
The City cannot legally handle your household hazardous waste. Residents may take it to the County Landfill FREE OF CHARGE. The landfill is at 1700 Old Kings Road, 1.8 miles south of SR 100. They are open Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 3:30 PM. Phone: (386) 517-2075.
HHHW includes items such as paint cans (oil and water based), aerosol containers, lubricants, cleaners, oils, solvents, devices with mercury, rechargeable batteries, adhesives, pool maintenance chemicals, etc.
Up to 10 tires will be accepted, but they CANNOT be on rims. Place spill-able items inside an open cardboard or plastic box and secure them so they don’t tip over. Electronics such as TVs and computers may be placed with the C&D pile.
Crowder Gulf: Disaster Recover & Relief has been contracted by the City to pick up yard waste and construction debris. The removal of yard waste and construction debris continues to be a high priority. The first pass throughout the City will be completed today and the second pass will begin tomorrow, October 10th. The second pass is expected to be completed on Saturday, October 14, 2017.
The City’s Sanitation Department will continue to be responsible for removal of household garbage and recyclables, and will follow the schedule established prior to the storm.
The following information is being provided to our residents and the local media in reference to our continuing efforts to remove debris created by Hurricane Irma.
If there are any questions regarding the removal or yard waste or construction debris please feel free to contact City Hall at (386) 517-2000.